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The Hungarian Revolution, Budapest, 1956. "Armed insurrection started in the streets on 24th October until the Soviet troops occupied Budapest on the 1st November 1956 and crushed the movement. The uprising brought a death toll of over 10,000 people." Photo by Erich Lessing.

The Hungarian Revolution, Budapest, "Armed insurrection started in the streets on October until the Soviet troops occupied Budapest on the November 1956 and crushed the movement. The uprising brought a death toll of over people." Photo by Erich Lessing.

The 1956 HUNGARIAN REVOLUTION  A History in Documents

Csaba Békés: The 1956 Hungarian Revolution - A History in Documents

Rob Gnant. Refugees on the Hungarian-Austrian border during Hungarian revolution of 1956.    http://semioticapocalypse.tumblr.com

Refugees on the Hungarian-Austrian border during Hungarian revolution…

A woman weeps as she watches Russian military action against the Hungarian anticommunist uprising of 1956

Re-Examining Hungary's 'Failed Illusions'

A woman weeps as she watches Russian military action against the Hungarian anticommunist uprising of 1956

Múzeum utca és szemben a Szentkirályi utca, 1956. október 31.

Múzeum utca és szemben a Szentkirályi utca, 1956. október 31.

Journey Home: A story from the Hungarian Revolution of 1956

Award-winning film by Réka Pigniczky The film is about Réka and her sister Eszti trying to find out what their father did as a freedom fighter during…

Hungarians leaving Hungary during/after Hungarian Uprising Oct./Nov. 1956

Hungarians leaving Hungary during the Hungarian Uprising Oct.

A Rip in the Iron Curtain: Photos From the Hungarian Revolution, 1956 | LIFE.com

Budapest Hungarian Uprising 1956 by Micheal Rougier Russian tank brought in to quell the Revolution

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Resistance fighters against the Secret Police and Soviet forces in October – November 1956

Refugee Child: My Memories of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution by bobbie Kalman 92 KALMAN Tthe compelling story of children's author Bobbie Kalman's experiences as a young girl during the Hungarian Revolution in 1956. A touching roller coaster ride of emotions, Kalman writes her story from the perspective of a nine-year-old. She relives both her frightening experiences as well as some warm, and even funny, memories of her family and their flight to freedom.

Refugee Child: My Memories of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution